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How Much Does a Mommy Makeover Cost?

Do your ladies need a bit of a boost? Many women long for larger, fuller breasts and breast augmentation is one of the best ways to accomplish this. During breast augmentation an implant is placed into the breast, adding volume and enhancing the breast shape. When performed by a skilled plastic surgeon like Dr. Sajjadian, breast augmentation can yield stunning results. When not done properly, breast augmentation can lead to cosmetic issues and patient dissatisfaction. If you’re thinking about breast augmentation, choose your surgeon carefully. Dr. Sajjadian is one of the area’s top breast surgeons. Call and schedule your consultation today.

Do Breast Implants Cause Stretch Marks?

Breast implants come in a variety of shapes and sizes. So do natural breasts. A plastic surgeon must carefully weigh patient desires with the restrictions of their anatomy. Some women can support large implants without stretching or tearing the skin. Other women cannot. Stretch marks caused by breast implants are rare, but they are possible, especially if the wrong size of implant is selected. Dr. Sajjadian has years of experience as a breast augmentation surgeon, and he will help you choose an implant that works well with your anatomy. With properly sized implants and a skilled surgeon, stretch marks are unlikely to occur after breast augmentation.

Can My Breasts Sag with Implants?

Gravity is one of the worst enemies of the breasts. For most women, implants or not, sagging is inevitable. Some women believe that breasts with implants are immune to sagging, but the reality is, all breasts can sag. If you have sagging before your breast augmentation, Dr. Sajjadian may recommend that a breast lift be performed at the same time. If sagging develops after you have implants (often many years after your original surgery or after pregnancy), breast revision surgery can restore a perkier, lifted appearance to the breasts.

What Is Capsular Contracture? Should I Worry?

Capsular contracture occurs when the capsule, or pocket, around the breast implant contracts. This can cause the implant to feel hard and in more severe causes can cause pain and breast distortion. Capsular contracture is one of the most common reasons for breast revision surgery. If you’re worried about capsular contracture, talk with your surgeon and discuss your options. Some implant types and placements may reduce your risk of this condition. If you do develop a problem, treatment options are available. Revision surgery can be very effective for reversing any problems associated with capsular contracture.

Get your best breast enlargment with breast augmentation. If you’re worried about potential problems with your implants, get personalized advice and information through a breast augmentation consultation. Dr. Sajjadian, a triple board certified plastic surgeon, can help you explore your options. Call today!